A free and open source software to split and merge PDF documents under Linux systems
Pdfsam features two versions, Pdfsam basic, which is used to merge and split PDF files, and Pdfsam enhanced, which includes the ability to encrypt your PDF files with RC40bits, RC128bits, and AES128bits, set permissions on PDF files, add footer or cover to PDF documents, and mix alternate PDF pages.
Being written in Java, Pdfsam is a platform-independent application that supports Linux, Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X operating systems.
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What's New in version 1.1.2
- Console: added the -d option to the concat command to merge all the documents in an input directory -Console: fixed bug #2540496 (unpack -d parameter) -Optimized PdfLoader -Merge, Mix: confirmation dialog if the output file already exists and the overwrite flag is false -Launcher: pdfsam-starter.exe now can take -Xmx parameter as a value (can be set as a Windows shortcut parameter) -Console: added the -d option to the setviewer command to set options to all the documents in an input directory -Console: added the -d option to the encrypt command to encrypt to all the documents in an input directory -Split: fixed bug #2679389 (broken "save environment" function) -Console: set compression level to BEST_COMPRESSION when compression is on. -Console: called the pdfReader.removeUnusedObjects(); when the reader is opened. -Added the document properties frame -Console: -help argument passed if no argument specified (Feature Request #2697689) -Console: fixed bug #2715101 (Exception executing split by size) -Updated langpack